In a seemingly never-ending slew up progress and setbacks, the impossibly hyped revival of David Lynch's cult classic Twin Peaks will reportedly be delayed until 2017, rather than its previously speculated 2016 return.

The news comes months after Lynch reportedly came back into the fold after an early departure from the project, which will be running on Showtime. The news also was seemingly positive moving forward with Showtime bumping the originally slated number of episodes from nine to 18.

Lynch's co-creator Mark Frost noted the delay in a pretty bizarre location - during a visit to the National Baseball Hall Of Fame (I guess Frost is a fan). During his interview, Frost said, "the challenge for us is to try and come back and raise the bar above what we did the last time. We're coming back with season three of Twin Peaks after a 25-year absence. We've finished the scripts, we start production in September, and that will be coming out on Showtime sometime in 2017."

Frost also mentioned that he will release The Secret Lives of Twin Peaks, filling in the gaps of time between the first running of the show and the revival next year.

Showtime has yet to confirm any concrete scheduling delays, but the delay would contradict previous statements made by the network of the release date.